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“Best scones, jam & cream in Tasmania”

The Wall in the Wilderness Cafe
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Well done to the chef for the BEST scones, jam & cream. Light & fluffy with a very slight crust, heated in the oven & not microwaved (which so often they are elsewhere making the scones rubbery!!). The outdoor eating area was lovely, very artistically designed & the two fires burning made for a cosy atmosphere. Didn't read the menu but know that they were serving home made soup which I was tempted to have. After the splendour of the sculptured artwork, the scones made for a great visit. Can't wait to come again!

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Reviewed 16 October 2017

This attraction is much talked about around the country, I am from Tassie and found out about it in Bagara in Queensland from people who would only go back to Tassie to see it's progress.
What a great piece of Art/History/tenacity this is, as well as an excellent cafe and location.

Thank Hutchd8
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Reviewed 11 October 2017

My wife (the scone queen) rates this as the best scones EVER!!!! This cafe has knocked Montville off the list as the benchmark ...... a new era has begun!

Me? I enjoyed a great coffee and a slice of "Woodhookers" cake. I'm not normally a cake fan but this really hit the spot.

Perfection.

See the carving, then grab a bite.

Thank dVaridel
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Reviewed 19 September 2017 via mobile

We were told to visit the wall by a number of people and we were not disappointed. I find it strange that many have commented on the lack of taking photos at the wall like this is something odd. I believe this the artists IP and he has every right to do with it as he pleases. We all thought the carved wooden panels were stunning and amazing and what an amazing talent by Geoff Duncan. We had lunch in the cafe as well. Yummy food served with a smile. The building is amazing. We loved it all and would suggest to people it should not be missed.

Thank Gemm_MV
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Reviewed 18 September 2017

Whilst there to see the Wall, we took time to have hot drinks with scones and were not disappointed. There wasn't a large range of food, but everything looked delicious.

Thank Eddie W
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